Barton Suggests Everton Boyong Costa

Barton Suggests Everton Boyong Costa

Controversial figure, Joey Barton, spoke to the media about the figure of Diego Costa, who is currently rumored to be likely to leave Chelsea soon Cara Daftar Sbobet.

Currently, Barton argues that there are two clubs that are ideal to become the next port for the figure of the Spanish national attackers, namely Liverpool and Everton.

However, Barton is optimistic that Everton are the more likely club to bring in the services of the Brazilian-born player in the near future, especially with the continued availability of an abundant amount of transfer funds for the Toffees camp.

Speaking to the media about the possibility, Barton also stated, “If I play Liverpool or Everton Management, I will not hesitate to come to Chelsea, and try to sign Diego Costa in the summer transfer market.

“It is very likely, if you judge Chelsea’s decision to sell Nemanja Matic to Manchester United in the transfer market this time. And especially Everton, if they want to turn the chance to finish in the top four, I think Costa’s presence will be indispensable. ”

Barton’s opinion is very reasonable, considering The Toffees are known to have just been abandoned by Romelu Lukaku in the summer transfer market. The Belgian nationalist has been the goal machine for Ronald Koeman’s squad throughout last season.

Although in the summer transfer market Koeman has presented names such as Sandro Ramirez, Wayne Rooney and Davy Klaassen, but the Toffees attack line currently still requires the figure of experienced attackers and sharp in the area of ​​the penalty box opponent.

Previously, they have also been linked with several names of experienced attackers in the Premier League, such as Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck, who currently both reportedly have a great chance to leave Arsenal.

Koeman also still has a large amount of funds transfer funds, to bring two to three new players he needs, to meet the depth of the squad that needed to bring Everton achievers in the 2017-2018 season.

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